02-22-2012 08:51 AM
Look at your manual (the little foldout that came with it. (I know you geeks hate to read actual PAPER, but in thjis case, it works.
The little button on the top shifts sensitivity of the zoom and scroll.
That's why there'so setting in the software.
Don't worry. I did the same stupid thing.
03-04-2012 09:53 AM
This is very much a workaround, but the only way I've been able to avoid this behavior in Lion:
- In System Preferences > Mouse, set scrolling speed to its highest setting.
- In LCC, set the scroll speed very low, in my experience, it has to be less then half way between the first and second notches on the bar to avoid the "too sensitive" feel, where unattended scrolling my occur.
- Set the acceleration to your liking, but I've found that you can't really increase it past the second notch without getting inadvertant scrolling.
The high scrolling speed in System Preferences will counteract the low speed in LCC, and the result should be a usable scroll wheel that is not susceptable to inadvertant scrolling.
In tweaking the settings, I find it helpful to use an app that does NOT support the ultra-precise "pixel-level scrolling" in the Mac OS. This will make any "bounce back" or other accidental scrolling very obvious as the scroll bar will jerk around wildly (I found MacPilot to be a handy app for testing).
03-27-2012 01:52 PM
I had the same issue after upgrading to the latest SetPoint on Windows 7, using the MX 1100 mouse.
Disabling the "Enable Smooth Scrolling" option in the My Mouse tab > Pointer and Scrolling Settings screen of SetPoint also resolved the issue for me.
04-03-2012 08:38 AM
Same problem here, with brand new MX Anywhere Mouse (to replace my previously defunct MX Revolution which had the notorious double-click problem).
Running OS X 10.7, and unlike you lucky Windows people, there is no box to uncheck for smooth-scrolling. I've tried adjusting the mouse scroll settings and the LCC scroll settings to find a happy middle-ground where there is no more phantom scrolling after the wheel stops, but to no avail.
I used to use the free-scrolling wheel on my MX Revolution and it worked fine--fling the wheel and the page flies, stop the wheel and the page stops. Now the first part happens OK, and as soon as I stop the wheel the page stops, but there is actually a mechanical "rolling" of the wheel as soon as I lift my finger, which causes the page to either go up or down a little bit after lifting my finger. There should be some kind of software control to make negligible these minor movements after scrolling, or allow an option for the user to adjust the sensitivity setting of the scroll while it's in "free scrolling" mode.
To be honest though, I think the flaw is actually hardware with mine . . . I wonder if I'm the only one, or if everyone is experiencing the same thing. Fling the scroll wheel, stop it, then lift your finger. Do you get that extra bit of scroll? Maybe my wheel is just too loose . . .
04-10-2012 02:09 PM
Same problems here, mouse is too sensitive, so that just lifting your hand off the mouse is enough to cause the scroll wheel to register a movement. Particularly frustrating when you've entered text in a field, then grab the mouse to move it off the field and the scroll wheel movement changes the value you've entered forcing you to do over again. Grrr.
Lots of page jumping, particulary in Photoshop and InDesign. Shift/clicking in Photoshop to drag a brush from the last position to the new postition is an adventure - you never know where you'll end up on the image.
Mac 10.6, LLC 3.3.0, not willing to move up to 3.4 since posters in this thread indicate that they believe their problems arted with this update - probabably not.
04-22-2012 06:23 PM
I just upgraded to 3.5.1 on OS X Lion 10.7.3, and setting the scroll speed on my MX mice to one bar (i.e. the first line closest to "slow"), and amazingly, it is pretty good. Adobe Reader was still being jumpy, but I "fixed" it by going to View -> Page Display -> Enable Scrolling. PowerPoint is still way too jumpy/fast. Google Maps is good, although they may have fixed it on their own (I recall it getting better at some point while i was using Logitech 3.3).